By jurvetson

If you Google “decision making”, you get tons of results: in the first page, except the very first entry (that’s wikipedia 🙂 ), there is a list of techniques, tools, strategies to achieve good decisions.

These techniques are surely useful and I think AN AVERAGE WELL-TIMED DECISION is by far better then a PERFECT LATE DECISION.

Fast feedback, small decision / action loops, fast failure are the key in this fast changing world. Forget the ‘right first shot’: you don’t have time to aim, wind will change the trajectory and probably, why you are looking for the ‘perfect one’ the target itself will move!